President’s Awards for Excellence in Education

The President’s Awards for Excellence are annual awards to recognise staff members who have made outstanding contributions in Culture and Community, Education, Research, or Societal Engagement. 

The President’s Awards for Excellence in Education celebrate staff who have made outstanding contributions in teaching and teaching innovation, research supervision and supporting the student experience. 

President’s Awards for Excellence in Teaching
For outstanding teaching quality, organisation and presentation. 

Dr Niamh Martin, Department of Metabolism, Digestion and Reproduction 

Dr Viral Thakerar, School of Public Health 

President’s Awards for Teaching Innovation
For outstanding innovations relating to teaching practice.  

Medal: Dr Ravi Parekh, School of Public Health 

Award:  

Dr Vijesh Bhute, Department of Chemical Engineering 

Dr Giordano Scarciotti, Department of Electrical and Electronic Engineering 

President’s Awards for Excellence in Research Supervision
For exceptional research supervision, encouragement and support. 

Dr James Harker, National Heart and Lung Institute 

Dr Jun Jiang, Department of Mechanical Engineering 

Professor Karen Polizzi, Department of Chemical Engineering 

President’s Awards for Excellence in Supporting the Student Experience
For outstanding contributions to enhancing the student experience made by any members of staff at the College (academic, professional or technical). 

Professor Sue Grimes, Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering 

Dr Aaron Lett, Department of Metabolism, Digestion and Reproduction  

Dr Michael Ray, Department of Chemistry  

Faith Ross, Department of Chemical Engineering 

President’s Awards for Outstanding Assistant Supervisor
To celebrate and recognise the valuable contribution that postdocs make towards the supervision of the College’s PhD students. 

Dr Selene Pirola, Institute of Clinical Sciences 

You can read more about the awards in our news story.

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